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15 Names To Remember From The 14U Ohio Limited Series

Jordan Chiero and PBR Ohio Staff
PBR Ohio Director of Scouting

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We would like to thank all who participated in PBR Ohio's 2019 14U Ohio Limited Series. This was a great opportunity for the class of 2023-2024 prospects to be put on college radars. Many players impressed during the tournament. Below we have the complete statistical results from the event as well as the top performers across various different categories.

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15 Names To Remember From The 14U Ohio Limited Series

Colt Emerson SS / C / John Glenn, OH / 2023

Report: A special talent that has stood out on consecutive weekends. The hit tool is for real as he continues to show the ability to square up the baseball with authority frequently. As impressive as the hit tool was he may have stood out more behind the dish. Brings unusual athleticism to the position and hands/feet really work back there. Recorded pops of 2.12-2.17. Emerson is starting to look more and more like the total package, grading out as one of the top bats and defenders in his class.

Kyle Crow RHP / 1B / Fenton, MI / 2023

Report: Crow looks the part of one of Michigan’s top arms in the ‘23 class. Physical frame with longer levers. Gets down the mound very well, utilizing his lower half efficiently. Ball jumps out of hand with a very low effort delivery. Fastball was in the 81-83 mph range with breaking ball and changeup both having a chance to be above average offerings down the road. Going to be a good one.

Cameron Gilkerson OF / LHP / Hilliard Darby, OH / 2023

Report: Another guy who is quickly making a name for himself as one of the more dynamic players in his class. 6-foot-1, 190-pound physical frame who also offers impressive athleticism for his size. An above average runner who can dunk a basketball. At the plate the left-hander continues to show raw power that is unrivaled in his class, registering 91 mph exit velocity and the ability to drive the ball in game. Although he projects more as a position guy at this stage he also tossed a 3 hitter and was up to 79 mph with the fastball.

Gavin Ehrhardt OF / LHP / Avon, OH / 2023

Report: A promising two-way talent. L/L guy with an intriguing combination of strength and speed. Numbers wise, Earhardt ran a 6.88 60-yard dash and was up to 87 mph off the tee. In game the gap abilities showed, driving extra base hits to both gaps. On the bump the southpaw offers pitchability and velocity. Fastball touched 81 mph and he was able to locate all three pitches in the zone frequently.

Ponch Gaich RHP / OF / St. Ignatius, OH / 2023

Report: One of the top arms in the state. Shows everything you’re looking for physical in a prospect offering size, athleticism and stuff. Over the top slot creates a tough angle on hitters and allows him to tunnel breaker w/fastball. Fastball was up to 81 mph (we saw him up to 83 mph last weekend) and breaker has a chance to be plus down the road. Stuff wise, the top breaking ball we saw on the weekend.

Blake Grimmer SS / RHP / Spring Lake, MI / 2023

Report: One of the most raw talented players we saw on the weekend. Reminds me a lot of current Ohio University Bobcat, Aaron Levy. Athletic, energy filled swing from the left side that generates impressive raw pop when he connects. Recorded multiple extra base hits on the weekend and registered an exit velocity of 89 mph. Frame/skill set plays on the left side of the infield with the athleticism (7.0 60-yard dash) and arm to move to the outfield if need be.

Cole Cahill 1B / LHP / Olentangy Orange, OH / 2023

Report: Very solid player who’s best days are ahead of him. 6-foot-1, L/L guy with endless projection left on his frame. At the plate he already shows a ton of feel for contact and above average pop (85 mph exit velocity) while projecting for power once he adds strength to his frame. Well above average defender at first base as well. The type of upside hit tool college coaches will be drawn to. Also something to look at on the bump, tossing a one-hitter with an easy delivery and respectable velocity.

A.J. Dallmayer OF / RHP / Washington C.H., OH / 2023

Report: One of the more physically imposing prospects in attendance at 6-foot-2, 170-pounds. Still has some refining to do on the bump and in the box but the production and numbers are there. Consistently put the barrel on the ball throughout the weekend while displaying the gap abilities we’ve grown to expect from him. Continues to stand out on the mound as well, tossing a no hitter in his start for the Flames. A toolsy guy with size, speed and velocity.

Tommy Skelding SS / RHP / Marlington, OH / 2023

Report: Another guy I think we will be talking about over the next few years for his two-way capabilities. Talented, well-rounded player. Rangy defender with smooth actions and soft hands. Like the chances of him staying on the left side of the infield. A right-handed hitter who generates easy juice with natural loft to swing. Found the barrel often throughout the weekend while flashing some authority to stroke. On the mound he has an athletic delivery and arm works. Fastball was up to 80 mph while projecting for much more. Stock will continue to rise as he becomes more physical.

Joey Helms RHP / SS / Canal Winchester, OH / 2023

Report: Really liked what I saw from Helms on the mound. Starter profile with a very clean arm and well above average arm strength. Stuff was there, showing above average velocity (78 mph) and a nice wrinkle of a breaking ball. Helms has the look of a high velo guy down the road. Also what stood out was competitive nature on the bump and willingness to come right at some talented bats, attacking the zone with the fastball.

Toby Hueber 2B / RHP / Archbishop Moeller , OH / 2023

Report: Hueber does a ton of things well on the baseball field. Good athlete who ran the top 60 on the weekend at 6.83. Also has surprising pop for his frame, spraying the ball all of the yard with multiple extra base hits. Even his misses are loud. He’s also shown to be an above average defender over the past two weekends and has obvious athleticism/above average velocity on the mound as well.

Evan Black RHP / OF / N/A, OH / 2023

Report: Starter profile who turned in a quality performance against a very solid lineup. Clean delivery with easy velocity, running it up to 81 mph on multiple occasions. Pitches off the fastball that he will use to both sides of the plate. Black was fastball dominant in the early goings but started to mix in a playable breaking ball as the game went on. High follow.

Easton Eibel SS / OF / Meadowbrook, OH / 2023

Report: Eibel can flat out swing it. Not the most explosive dude yet but he has an advanced ability to manipulate the barrel to make quality contact frequently. Stays inside the baseball well but has displayed the ability to turn on it as well. Hit all weekend. The type of guy who will really benefit from added strength as he already possesses the athleticism. Utility defender that has looked more than capable in the infield and outfield.

Marcus Bradley RHP / 1B / Mount Vernon, OH / 2022

Report: Played shortstop and hit in the cleanup spot for the Cobras. Although he manned the shortstop position throughout the weekend, you could easily see him playing multiple positions down the road with his athleticism/ball skills. At the plate he has a nice easy stroke with heavy hands through contact. His vertical barrel launch allows him to find plane early while generating natural acceleration through the zone.

Aydan Hamilton SS / RHP / Campbell County, KY / 2023

Report: Very tough matchup in the leadoff spot with much more thump than typical from that role. Long lever lefty with an aggressive approach who has shown the ability to drive the ball with authority multiple times in game. Another guy who has a frame that will support a ton of added strength. Once he fills out you could easily see him being an upside bat who offers both feel and burst at the plate.